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Isopropyl alcohol, also known as isopropyl alcohol, is used in vehicles to increase octane or “boost” octane. It is a home method intended to save the vehicle owner money while increasing the vehicle’s efficiency. Like many home methods, it is considered effective in increasing the octane number of vegetables. Too much rubbing alcohol can have a negative effect, so anyone using rubbing alcohol to increase octane should be careful to use it in the same way as any other booster and add only about 10 percent to the octane.
Fill the tank with 92 Octane Premium (SUNOCO brand). According to gnttype.org, Isopropyl Alcohol is used with 92 Octane Premium. No other octane rating is suggested for the use of isopropyl alcohol. Pay attention to the mixed amount.
Add rubbing alcohol to increase octane. Add approximately 10 percent of the octane amount. Avoid exceeding 10 percent to avoid damage to the vehicle. GNT Type makes it clear that 20 percent and 30 percent isopropyl alcohol is not recommended.
Drive the vehicle as usual. The octane should increase from about 92 to about 94.5.